Cynthia Martínez-Garrido

Assistant Professor Doctor in Research Methods and Diagnosis in Education at the Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain). Extraordinary Doctorate Award from the Autonomous University of Madrid. Award for the best Doctoral Thesis in 2015 by the Interuniversity Association for Pedagogical Research (AIDIPE). Researcher of the UNESCO Chair on Education for Social Justice from the Autonomous University of Madrid. Member of the research group "Educational Change for Social Justice" (GICE). Technical Coordinator of the Ibero-American Network for Research on School Change and Effectiveness (RINACE). She has completed her postdoctorate at the University of Durham (United Kingdom) and the University of Granada (Spain) under the Juan de la Cierva contract of the Spanish Ministry of Science, Innovation and Universities. In addition, she has done research stays abroad at UCLA-University of California (Los Angeles, USA) and at Uppsala University (Sweden). She is the Editor of REICE. Ibero-American Journal on Quality, Effectiveness and Change in Education, the International Journal of Education for Social Justice, and the Latin American Journal of Inclusive Education. Her research lines are School Segregation, Effective Teaching, Educational Leadership, and Education for Social Justice.